- Cold viruses
Can survive on hard surfaces for several days
- Flu viruses
Can survive on hard surfaces for 24 hours.
Can survive for days or weeks on hard surfaces.
12 days on fabrics, months in contaminated still water.
- Herpes viruses can survive for four hours on plastic
- Hepatitis C virus at least 16 hours but no longer than 4 days.
- Influenza, SARS or rhino virus, can persist on surfaces for a few days.
- HBV or HIV, can persist for more than one week.
- Ebola on dry surfaces, such as doorknobs and counter tops, can survive for several hours; however, virus in body fluids (such as blood) can survive up to several days at room temperature.
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A keeper looks into your eyes and sees your soul
Sometimes to get what you want the most, you have to do what you want the least
If you haven’t walked in my shoes and followed the path I traveled, lived my sorrow, felt my pain, know who I lost, found, and now love, who are you to judge me?
Pain is natures way of telling you that you are alive
There is always something else you can try
Disabled don’t mean incapable
To prove that, you run,
And I’ll try to shoot you
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. The problem is what happens afterwards to them who do
Why would you worry about something that can kill you in ten years where there are so many things that can kill you today?